By Chadd Cawson Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) will be bringing back facilitators, Alfred Joseph and Mara Nelson, (to instruct) the 2023 Ktunaxa Language Course for Educators Connecting to the Land through Local Language, from January to April. Through 12 90-minute Zoom-based learning sessions, Joseph and Nelson will teach educators the sounds, words, and some history of the Ktunaxa Language. For CBEEN members the cost is $240 and for non-members, $300. The first session will be on Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. For all other dates and those interested in registering visit cbeen.ca/ktunaxa-language-course/. While these sessions may be targeted at educators, anyone is welcome to enrol. Fifty of the 75 spaces have already been filled, so those interested should act fast. The deadline to
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